Public Concerts and Other LMC Events

Free Public Concert Series

LMC’s most visible face is its Public Concert Series that offers over 50 free classical music concerts from October through May by LMC member-musicians and guests. The classical music series is presented at a variety of venues throughout the Seattle metro area, including Seattle Art Museum, Frye Art Museum, Seattle Public Library, Central and West Seattle Branches, University House Wallingford, Mirabella, Bellevue’s Crossroads Community Center Theater, Congregational Church on Mercer Island, and the Music Center of the Northwest in North Seattle.

These intimate, one-half-hour to one-hour, music programs are free and open to the public. Many of these are now available online through our Facebook page and YouTube channel. No advance tickets are required. On the day of the performance at the Frye Museum, attendees are asked to obtain a free ticket at the front desk to monitor auditorium seating.

With generous support and partnership from:

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Event Calendar

Songs by Debussy, Walker, & Quilter | Piano Solos by Piazzolla, Ponce, & More @ Seattle Public Library - Central Library
Mar 13 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Songs by Debussy, Walker, and Quilter

Voici que le printemps by Claude Debussy (1862–1918)
Mai by Gabriel Fauré (1845–1924)
Nanny by Ernest Chausson (1855–1899)
Chanson d’avril by Georges Bizet (1838–1875)

From though love be a day by Gwyneth Walker (b. 1947), poetry by E. E. Cummings
Thy fingers make early flowers
After all white horses are in bed

The Spring is at the Door by Roger Quilter (1877–1953)
Song of the Blackbird
Over the Land is April

Beth Ann Bonnecroy, soprano
Asta Vaicekonis, piano

Piano Solos by Piazzolla, Ponce, and More

Tanti Anni Prima by Astor Piazzolla (1921–1992)
Adiós Nonino (“Tango – Rhapsody”)

Intermezzo by Manuel Ponce (1882–1948)

“Clair de Lune” from Suite Bergamasque by Claude Debussy (1862–1918)

“Embraceable You” by George Gershwin (1898–1937), lyrics by Earl Wild (1915–2010)

Joyce Gibb, piano